Gardenline 36v cordless 40cm lawnmower for just £129.99 instore at Aldi from 2 April or pre-order now.
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Gardenline 36v cordless 40cm lawnmower for just £129.99 instore at Aldi from 2 April or pre-order now.

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Found 26th MarEdited by:"Besford"
I've been using a Bosch cordless lawnmower for the last three seasons and would never go back to a corded one - but they are very expensive. A new 36v 4Ah battery for mine costs more than this whole mower, which has a Samsung 36v 4Ah battery! Claimed 60 minute runtime so you should be able to cut a reasonably big garden on one charge. Brushless motor should provide more power, less battery consumption and longer life.

Decent 40cm cutting width (so not one of those 'mini-mowers'), big grassbox, one lever for adjustment between 7 cutting heights (25mm - 75mm) and it has a 3 year warranty too!

Looks great. Would love to hear from anyone who has one.
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I am interested in this. Does anyone know how you would go about getting a spare battery though?
Edited by: "pollarj" 26th Mar
Does it mulch.Says hybrid grass box,is this meaning it mulches or not?
Thank you very much for this. I have ordered. If the battery is good for over 40 minutes I will be really happy.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 26th Mar
pollarj26th Mar

I am interested in this. Does anyone know how you would go about getting a …I am interested in this. Does anyone know how you would go about getting a spare battery though?


I've sent an enquiry to Aldi on this. Will post answer.

Update 27/3/18: No answer from Aldi yet!

Update 28/3/18: Response from Aldi:
"We can confirm that we have a Parts Department for this product and they can be contacted on 01904 727 501."
Edited by: "Besford" 28th Mar
pollarj2 h, 47 m ago

I am interested in this. Does anyone know how you would go about getting a …I am interested in this. Does anyone know how you would go about getting a spare battery though?



What I have found with these detals is it is cheaper to buy the mower than buy the battery !! - i.e. The Macallister battery for its cordless garden equipment costs around £45. I bought a new hedgetrimmer and then a new strimmer for less than the price of two batteries and chargers. So I now have two bits of cordless equipment plus spare batteries and chargers
fiqqer2 h, 39 m ago

Thank you very much for this. I have ordered. If the battery is good for …Thank you very much for this. I have ordered. If the battery is good for over 40 minutes I will be really happy.


They claim 60 minutes but I guess that depends on the length of the grass (not good for the grass to cut more than 1/3 each time anyway). Also: it helps extend the charge life if you minimise the on/off cycle: I'm guessing it takes an extra whack out of the battery every time it restarts; eg keep it going as you turn at the end of each length of the lawn and remove any obstacles before you start the job so you don't have to keep stopping.
Anyone know the lowest cutting height?
mccririck25 m ago

Cant decide between this and these two at …Cant decide between this and these two at toolstation:https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Landscaping/d130/Lawnmowers/sd3352/Einhell+36V+33cm+Li-Ion+Cordless+Lawnmower+++Free+Grass+Trimmer/p77283https://www.toolstation.com/shop/Landscaping/d130/Lawnmowers/sd3352/Greenworks+40V+Li-Ion+Cordless+Rotary+Lawnmower+with+Battery+&+Charger/p88726


Both much smaller and the Greenworks one only has one 2Ah battery - so half the capacity and only a claimed 20 mins runtime; £80 for a second 2Ah battery.

Should be possible to get another battery for the Einhell but I couldn't see it listed at Toolstation.

This may be a better alternative (but much more expensive):toolstation.com/sho…=no
Edited by: "Besford" 29th Mar
Besford7 m ago

Both much smaller and the Greenworks one only has one 2Ah battery - so …Both much smaller and the Greenworks one only has one 2Ah battery - so half the capacity and only a claimed 20 mins runtime; £80 for a second 2Ah battery.Should be possible to get another battery for the Einhell but I couldn't see it listed at Toolstation.This may be a better alternative (but much more expensive):https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p93716?table=no



Yes it does say 20 minutes but the reviews indicate otherwise. People say it gives a good cut as well. I dont think size is a big deal.
mccririck28th Mar

Anyone know the lowest cutting height?


25MM lowest cutting height, going up in stages to 75mm according to Aldi brochure
Mine has just been delivered. Can't use due to the weather but impressed so far. Much sturdier than the Spearman and Jackson one £179.99 at Argos that I returned last week. Here's the spec from the User Manual 33551430-fs9u7.jpg33551430-uoOVo.jpgI assembled it in about 10 minutes but would of been 5 if I didn't put the washers in the wrong place. Hope this information helps.
MissyPresley42 m ago

Mine has just been delivered. Can't use due to the weather but impressed …Mine has just been delivered. Can't use due to the weather but impressed so far. Much sturdier than the Spearman and Jackson one £179.99 at Argos that I returned last week. Here's the spec from the User Manual [Image] [Image] I assembled it in about 10 minutes but would of been 5 if I didn't put the washers in the wrong place. Hope this information helps.


Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood subsides - could be a while!). I've been in touch with Aldi's service agent regarding additional batteries: they expect to have them but unfortunately can't confirm the price until they come in. They are on the number showing on your spec page: 01904 727501. The same place handles the warranty so there's none of the 'send it to Germany' nonsense which I used to see on Aldi products.


I can't find anything excluding the battery from the three year warranty (is there anything with the mower?) - if so it must be the only place which will cover a battery for that long!
33551799-9OTkz.jpgI hold out high hopes for this machine. It is far superior in build to the other one. The battery was part charged and took only 10 minutes to fully charge. Aldi said it would be here next Saturday so I can't fault the delivery. Hopefully, I can use it tomorrow and update you on the performance. Fingers crossed!
MissyPresley3 h, 7 m ago

[Image] I hold out high hopes for this machine. It is far superior in …[Image] I hold out high hopes for this machine. It is far superior in build to the other one. The battery was part charged and took only 10 minutes to fully charge. Aldi said it would be here next Saturday so I can't fault the delivery. Hopefully, I can use it tomorrow and update you on the performance. Fingers crossed!


If your grass has got long over the winter like mine has remember to cut only 1/3 as it doesn't do the grass any good to cut more each time; also hard on the battery. If you haven't had a battery mower before you may find this helpful: it helps extend the charge life if you minimise the on/off cycle: I'm guessing it takes an extra whack out of the battery every time it restarts; eg keep it going as you turn at the end of each length of the lawn and remove any obstacles before you start the job so you don't have to keep stopping. Having said that, if it really does run for an hour on one charge you'd need a big garden to exhaust it. I like the look of it; if I didn't have my Bosch already I'd go for this one. The metal bar for the on/off switch looks easier to use than the Bosch one too. My Bosch cost more than this second hand and a new one is over £400!
Edited by: "Besford" 31st Mar
Besford4 h, 15 m ago

Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood …Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood subsides - could be a while!). I've been in touch with Aldi's service agent regarding additional batteries: they expect to have them but unfortunately can't confirm the price until they come in. They are on the number showing on your spec page: 01904 727501. The same place handles the warranty so there's none of the 'send it to Germany' nonsense which I used to see on Aldi products.I can't find anything excluding the battery from the three year warranty (is there anything with the mower?) - if so it must be the only place which will cover a battery for that long!


Thank you, I've never had a cordless one before so I will keep that in mind. The grass has already been cut a few weeks ago so hopefully it won't be too difficult. The grass area is approx 30' x 60' and I have a front garden that is 30'. Like you say the better ones are around £400 and the cheaper ones do not have such a wide cut or collection bin. I'm assuming I won't be able to make the lines with this but a small sacrifice if it works well for that price. I will let you know how I get on.
Besford4 h, 15 m ago

Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood …Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood subsides - could be a while!). I've been in touch with Aldi's service agent regarding additional batteries: they expect to have them but unfortunately can't confirm the price until they come in. They are on the number showing on your spec page: 01904 727501. The same place handles the warranty so there's none of the 'send it to Germany' nonsense which I used to see on Aldi products.I can't find anything excluding the battery from the three year warranty (is there anything with the mower?) - if so it must be the only place which will cover a battery for that long!


Besford4 h, 15 m ago

Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood …Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood subsides - could be a while!). I've been in touch with Aldi's service agent regarding additional batteries: they expect to have them but unfortunately can't confirm the price until they come in. They are on the number showing on your spec page: 01904 727501. The same place handles the warranty so there's none of the 'send it to Germany' nonsense which I used to see on Aldi products.I can't find anything excluding the battery from the three year warranty (is there anything with the mower?) - if so it must be the only place which will cover a battery for that long!



16970432111522500777.jpgI hold out high hopes for this machine. It is far superior in build to the other one. The battery was part charged and took only 10 minutes to fully charge. Aldi said it would be here next Saturday so I can't fault the delivery. Hopefully, I can use it tomorrow and update you on the performance. Fingers crossed!
So battery only has 6 months warranty?
Can I ask what the dimensions are? Keen to know if it will fit into my keter midi without dismantling the handles.
MissyPresley22 h, 37 m ago

Mine has just been delivered. Can't use due to the weather but impressed …Mine has just been delivered. Can't use due to the weather but impressed so far. Much sturdier than the Spearman and Jackson one £179.99 at Argos that I returned last week. Here's the spec from the User Manual [Image] [Image] I assembled it in about 10 minutes but would of been 5 if I didn't put the washers in the wrong place. Hope this information helps.


Where is the lawnmower made in?
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Scot_jam2 h, 32 m ago

Can I ask what the dimensions are? Keen to know if it will fit into my …Can I ask what the dimensions are? Keen to know if it will fit into my keter midi without dismantling the handles.


Fully assembled, it's approximately 51inches long x 16inches wide. With the handle folded, it's approximately 42inches in length.
chrb15 h, 11 m ago

So battery only has 6 months warranty?


Yes
MissyPresley31 m ago

Yes


Oh, that's a shame but not unexpected. As it's Li-ion it should last well. I used to assume they shouldn't be stored in the shed through winter (too cold) like Ni-Cd but it seems that lower temperatures are actually good for them in storage (maybe not actually frozen though?). Probably take more charge if charged at room temp though.
Besford14 m ago

Oh, that's a shame but not unexpected. As it's Li-ion it should last …Oh, that's a shame but not unexpected. As it's Li-ion it should last well. I used to assume they shouldn't be stored in the shed through winter (too cold) like Ni-Cd but it seems that lower temperatures are actually good for them in storage (maybe not actually frozen though?). Probably take more charge if charged at room temp though.


I used it in the back garden (as I'm impatient and rain is forecast for the next 10 days!) anyway, I used it for 15 minutes and stopped and restarted it 4 times to see how it would do and it used one bar of battery. It was easy to push on my bumpy lawn though I'm short, I don't know how a tall person would find the handle height. Really, really impressed so far.
Besford31st Mar

Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood …Thanks for that. Let us know what it's like to use (when the flood subsides - could be a while!). I've been in touch with Aldi's service agent regarding additional batteries: they expect to have them but unfortunately can't confirm the price until they come in. They are on the number showing on your spec page: 01904 727501. The same place handles the warranty so there's none of the 'send it to Germany' nonsense which I used to see on Aldi products.I can't find anything excluding the battery from the three year warranty (is there anything with the mower?) - if so it must be the only place which will cover a battery for that long!

Saw these in aldi today and was tempted. Look like it is a rebranded Ryobi RLM3640 from the model number in the pics above from the manual. Seems to be the same design roughly so that may help with purchasing decisions.
Bought today now only available in store
Picked one up in-store today, impressed with both build quality and the mow. For the money you can't really go wrong!
Does this have a striping roller ?
Just picked one up from my local Aldi, loads of stock. It does not have a roller thing for striping FYI (doesn't bother me personally)
No roller.
Thanks for confirming, that's a deal breaker for me.... I'm out.
I received mine - it appears well made although on mine the there is a manufacture fault on the metal stem - it is bent so that its curve is too narrow to fit onto the base and the metal is too strong to bend to the correct shape.

Customer services was excellent. They took the call quickly and arranged for a swap out quickly.

Looking forward to hacking away the overgrown end of my garden which I cannot reach even with an extension cable.

Now sold out on-line - there were 5 available at 12.30 and 3 left after they swapped mine out. There may be some in stores. Good luck if you are after one. Seems a great price - especially with the 4Ah battery
Edited by: "fiqqer" 9th Apr
does this have Mulching Accessory?
Slash2 m ago

does this have Mulching Accessory?


I don't think so. Have a look here: aldi.co.uk/gar…000


If you mean you want it to chop the grass and leave the clippings on the lawn I'm sure it will do that but it's not a good idea for your lawn.
Managed to find one locally. Very happy so far.
Looks great shame didnt see it when it was 1st on here, must check my local stores.
Grabbed one yesterday. Seems great, powerful and not to heavy. 1 left in Ledbury store
Just picked one of these up and it's quite brilliant! Our garden is 200ft long with numerous trees (lots of manoeuvring) and I did the whole thing and it was still showing as half charged when.i plugged it.in again. Also got the strimmer and thats great too.
koksy20th Apr

Just picked one of these up and it's quite brilliant! Our garden is 200ft …Just picked one of these up and it's quite brilliant! Our garden is 200ft long with numerous trees (lots of manoeuvring) and I did the whole thing and it was still showing as half charged when.i plugged it.in again. Also got the strimmer and thats great too.


Good to know there are still a few out there, thanks! I won't expire it for now then.
Edited by: "Besford" 21st Apr
Just bought and used ours today. Very impressed. Very easy to manoeuvre and cuts really close to the edge which is handy.
Still a few left in the Burton Road, Derby store.

Disappointed with the 3 warranty though, not much is actually included in it. All wear and tear parts are 6 months warranty only.
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